C’tyne water treatment plant for upgrade
Yesterday, the National Procurement and Tender Administration Board opened bids submitted for several projects countrywide, including some under the Modernization of the Justice Administration System (MJAS) Project. There were three (3) bids for one of those projects, for the supply, installation of software, configuration of computers, printers, scanners and the management of Information Systems at the Ministry of Legal Affairs and the Director of Public Prosecutions’ Chambers.
|Giftland Office Max||Lot 1.$28,445,000Lot 2.|
|Digital Technology||Lot 1. $28,740,347Lot 2. $1,611,072|
|NetCom City||Lot 1. $30,520,080Lot 2.|
Four companies bid to upgrade filters at the water treatment plant in Corentyne. With an engineer’s estimate of $124,514,300, the bids submitted were:
|Alvin Chowramottoo Construction||$114,206,000|
|Nabi Construction Inc.||$116,282,247|
|N. Latchman Estb. & Civil Works||$117,207,000|
|S. Laurick Construction||$113,979,763|
There were two bids for the supply and delivery of furniture for the Monitoring and Evaluation Department, Ministry of Finance.
|Metro Office Supplies||$2,177,436|
And eight (8) bids were submitted for Consultancy Services-Energy Access at Community level, under the Millennium Development Goals in hinterland locations.
|Bidder||Amount (all in US$)|
|Darren Shacko (Guyana)||$153,374|
|Development Policy and Management Consultancy (Guyana)||$95,537|
|Energy Changes Project Tentwicklung Ltd & Eerepami/Regenwald Stiflung||$79,254|
|ICF Macro (Guyana)||$131,227|
|TTA Trama Technoambiental (Barcelona)||$121,825|
|IT Power (United Kingdom)||$210,150|
|Katalysethe Colonge Institute of Applied Environmental Research (Germany)||$89,430|